Indian J Plast Surg Close
 

Figure 2: Schematic diagrams of rectus sheath turn-over and external oblique aponeurosis release techniques. Upper left panel: Cross sections, upper showing diastasis recti and lower showing incisions for rectus sheath turn-over (thin arrow) and external oblique release (thick arrow). Upper right panel: Front view of the same; solid red line depicts rectus sheath turn-over and broken red line the external oblique release. Lower left panel: Cross sections, upper showing rectus sheath turn-over flaps sutured and lower showing the reinforcement of the tendinous intersections. Lower right panel: Frontal view of the same

Figure 2: Schematic diagrams of rectus sheath turn-over and external oblique aponeurosis release techniques. Upper left panel: Cross sections, upper showing diastasis recti and lower showing incisions for rectus sheath turn-over (thin arrow) and external oblique release (thick arrow). Upper right panel: Front view of the same; solid red line depicts rectus sheath turn-over and broken red line the external oblique release. Lower left panel: Cross sections, upper showing rectus sheath turn-over flaps sutured and lower showing the reinforcement of the tendinous intersections. Lower right panel: Frontal view of the same